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.56. >>> general electric ceo invested his entire 2013 bonus, about $2.6 million, in g.e stock. he has bought more company stock this year than any other ceo of any s&p 500 company. he's also the largest inside stakeholder at ge. his vote of confidence lifted shares 2% to 25.65 on this up day. delta canceled 8,000 flights in february. but that actually helped the airline increase passenger unit revenue. that is a key measure of performance. the company was able to fill more seats on fewer flights, which is more cost effective. and that helped send shares to an all-time high up almost 6% to $34.45. and qualcomm's board approved a $5 billion increase to its stock buy back program. the world's largest cell phone chipmaker also hiked its quarterly dividend by 20% to 42 cents a share. and that sent the stock up more than 3% to finish at $76.11. >>> oil and the global energy market were front and center at the annual cell week gathering of industry leaders from around the world today discussing everything from the russia ukraine conflict, the controversial keystone pipeline, u.s. oil and gas exports and
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the ge 90 event at general electric, we change the engine on the plane. what they have done with the dreamliner is probably the most aggressive and advanced technological challenge we have seen in a decade. >> what does washington need to do to advance employment in highly technologically skilled jobs? >> i think that boeing is doing theeat job increasing diversity and geographic reach on their new manufacturing operations. i saw their paper today where united technologies was working on $1 billion on a grant from the government. >> i would say that it has become a much more sophisticated conversation. >> it certainly has. your former colleague runs boeing and was at ge as well, what is it about ge that produces these industrial giant managers? thing i learned most under the mentorship of jack welch is that change is the only constant. innovation drives the top line. >> that is certainly what is taking place right now. we will have targeted earnings in just a moment. ♪ >> this is "bloomberg surveillance." scarlet fu, here with adam keen -- you're with tom keene and adam jo
blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> welcome back, everybody. we've been watching the futures. if you haven't seen yet, turn on the television. the dow futures up by 171 points above fair value, gaining back the ground that was lost yesterday and then some. jim cramer is warning -- he's just warning be cautious on this. you shouldn't have sold on yesterday's big news and you shouldn't be buying today. >> okay. let's take a look at stocks to watch. if you do, maybe you want to buy something. radio shack posted a larger than expected fourth quarter loss. revenues fell short of analysts estimates. they saw a 19% drop in same-store sales and announced plans to close about 1,100 underperforming u.s. stores. >> remember those ads in the super bowl? the radio shack ads that was we're getting rid of the radio shack of the '80s. >> it's pretty cool. you go into a radio shack these days. >> 1,100 stores to close. >> i've seen some cool stores. the new ones are impressive. i want to just say -- >> wonder how many have had the new makeover? >> i
from pimco, the russia.e about ge >> looking forward to that. showing live pictures. president putin has started his news conference. it is live in the moscow region. we will give you headlines from that. it will be interesting to see what john lipsky has to say. the imf has now arrived in kiev. tom keene with "bloomberg surveillance" and about 25 minutes. tweed. over to you. iconancine, i am with an of the hotel business. he started with the nightclubs in new york and moved onto the boutique hotels. global.aken his brand the marriott hotels. to rollls are going out 100 locations around the world. he has been awarded the lifetime achievement award by the hotel investment for him. -- forum. congratulations. >> thank you. ,> lifetime achievement award you could not get more establishment than that. do you still feel like an outsider or an insider? does it matter? >> it does matter. i still feel like an outsider and i still use that approach. >> why is it important to feel like an outsider? to tryare always trying new things, think outside the box, go against the grain, do things that h
mind. i knew i was potentially going to be in ge the whole lotta crow when i got no. when i prepared to go to the rally the morning and looked out of my window to fund this is not part of my prepared comments, but i'm swept up in the. and mcdonnell my window and saw this see of red, white, and blue shirts walking down into what became just a current that led to long the capitol, millions. ladies and gentlemen, that does not happen but by the hand of god. we are to fund we have been called here for a very high purpose. we could have been born at any time, we have been chosen to be born that this time because we have a job to do. the me tell you, if the american dream is to be preserved and will be because citizens are willing to take a stand and preserved ideals that transcend politics. it is not -- [applause] it is not about republican and democrat because we need to parties, debate, open discourse. that is healthy. what has changed is that we used have this common center. please to have a common center where we believe in the ideas of freedom and opportunity and faith. somewhere alo
it the largest aircraft company in the world, slightly ahead of ge in that business. so, it's a transformative acquisition in an industry as you know that i like very much. >> all right. we see there on your -- on our disclosure that sinclair broadcasting and cbs were both things that you like. are those new or have you talked about it before? >> i talked about broadcasting and sinclair before but i haven't talked about cbs, that is a newer holding. as you know, joe, the broadcasting industry is consolidating. the retransmission fees are going to grow tremendously. les moonves just last week on an earnings call said their transmission -- retransmission fees are going to go up to $2 billion at cbs by 2020. that's up from what we estimate to be less than $500 million now, so it shows you the tremendous surge, the value of content is increasing. the whole broadcasting industry i think is undervalued. sinclair is trading at a 15% free cash flow yield. >> marty, thanks. going to get some final comments from our guest host but we appreciate having you on. we'll see you again soon for a little bit lo
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